The first step is to set up the iPP350 RAM for Ethernet connection. This is done by entering maintenance mode on the PIN pad.
iPP350 Device Setup
- Power on the device, or restart it by holding Yellow & Period (Y & .)
- Press MENU key
Once you are in maintenance mode
- Select “RA1”
- Password: 1985
- “Comms Method”
- Select the desired comms method
- Press back/yellow to return to the RA1 menu or cancel/red to return to the idle screen
- Select TCP/IP settings
- Do not change the local port. It should default to 87 and this port must match the one in your chipdna.config.xml file.
- Select to Assignment and select Static. This will add a new menu option to TCP/IP settings.
- Select IP Settings -> IP address. Enter a valid static IP address for the Ingenico device.
- Subnet mask should stay as the default of 255.255.255.0
- Select Default Gateway and enter a valid gateway IP.
- Primary and Secondary DNS do not matter.
Then you must configure the config file as shown in the example <PaymentDevice> below.
ChipDNA Config Changes
Information to Change
- Protocol tag needs to be set to tcpip.
- Port tag needs to be set to the value that matches the TCP/IP port number defined in the configuration of the PIN pad. Default 87.
- Address tag needs to be added and must match the IP address defined in the configuration of your PIN pad.
- Add your terminal ID and transaction key.
- Add the ID of the iPP350 RAM (serial number) as documented in the Integration Guide.
- More information can be found in Section 5 of this article.
- Add your Application Identifier.
- If you are changing the config file over from Serial to Ethernet, these tags are not needed for Ethernet (Baudrate, Parity, Stopbits, Databits).
- Save the file.